After a night of high winds and tornado warnings, thousands of Texas residents are without power.
According to several weather reports, a severe storm will bring heavy snowfall to New England over the weekend.
Meanwhile, the Texas utility company (Oncor) reported that about 170,000 families are without power due to the severe weather.
Tornado warnings began sounding Thursday in Dallas and other Texas cities, local authorities reported that winds overturned several vehicles, although no deaths have been reported yet.
Louisiana State University Shreveport also sustained damage and authorities are investigating that other institutions were affected by the weather.
In addition, the National Weather Service reported that several thunderstorms were reported in Franklin, Hopkins, East Dallas and Shreveport counties in Louisiana respectively.
Here is footage of a tornado earlier in Shreveport near Bert Kouns around 5:40 p.m. Storms this evening will continue to be capable of producing short-lived tornadoes . Be prepared to take cover in advance of storms and when Tornado Warnings are issued. Credit: Jamey Bradshaw pic.twitter.com/FdE8IY8em6
— NWS Shreveport (@NWSShreveport) March 3, 2023
According to the report, warnings reached up to 3.5 million people on Thursday, extending from Dallas to Arkansas and Louisiana.
The storm is forecast to continue its course through the Ohio and Tennesee valleys.